From the monthly archives:

February 2009

USB Cable With Inline Card Reader

by Isaiah on February 28, 2009

2-in-1 SD Card Reader Cable

Here’s a perfect combination between a SD card reader and a mini USB cable. Dubbed as the 2-in-1 SD Card Reader Cable, the device enables you to transfer files from an SD card while at the same time charging your cell phone or other portable device. Get it now for just $12. [DVICE]

High Definition Webcam

by Johan on February 28, 2009

High Definition Webcam

If you are unsatisfied with your webcam, then you should try the new high definition webcam from Tandberg. Known as the Tandberg PrecisionHD, the webcam provides HD (720p) capabilities with autofocus and a noise canceling microphone. However, you should have a super fast internet connection to use this HD quality webcam. The 720p audio/video stream requires at least 1.5Mbps upload speed. It is optimized for Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Release 2. Pricing info is still unknown. [Tandberg via Digital Camera Blog]

TRENDnet Releases 300Mbps Wireless N USB Adapter

by Isaiah on February 27, 2009

TRENDnet TEW-664UB dual-band Wireless-N USB

TRENDnet has announced the availability of its new 300Mbps Dual Band Wireless N USB Adapter, model TEW-664UB. It enables users to network their computer to a wireless network using either the 2.4GHz or 5GHz radio frequency. The device also uses an advanced wireless encryption to protect data communication and the latest in MIMO attenna technology to ensure the fastest communication speeds that wireless n technology provides. The TEW-664UB supports Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems and retails for $60. [Electronista]

Bluetooth Headset by Ilshat Garipov

by Johan on February 27, 2009

Bluetooth Headset by Ilshat Garipov

Designed by Ilshat Garipov, this Bluetooth handset was inspired by the formation of a water droplet. The device only has one button for receiving and ending calls. Too bad, it is only a concept. [Yanko]

Winstar M4 USB Networking Server

by Isaiah on February 27, 2009

Winstar M4 USB Networking Server

Sharing your USB devices including an external hard drive, flash drive, memory card reader, USB webcam, USB speaker, or USB Multi-function Printer (MFP) over a network has now become easier with the help of this Winstar M4 USB Networking Server. Simply plug four computer accessories into this palm-sized Networking USB 2.0 Server, hook it up to your wireless router via Ethernet cable and you’ll be able to share all the peripherals with anyone on the network from anywhere in the building. [Product Page]